>> yes, he should. no, no, no, i agree with leslie about that. and here's the thing, in terms -- to the extent that iowa has any predictive ability about the way the race is going, i think it has this: the chairman of the gop in iowa told me last night on my radio show they've had 33 months of party registration growth in that state. now, that tells you something. it tells you that even though iowa went for obama, iowa has been falling away from obama for the last two and a half years. that's a major problem when you realize that the candidate who says, oh, i've already got the nomination, great, but you're losing the people who have got to vote for you in november. i think he's in trouble, and he knows it, and he ought to be there in person. megyn: all right, guys, we're going to have to leave it at that. thank you so much, leslie and lars, we'll talk to you later in the week when we finally know the results of the iowa caucuses. and talk about getting a lesson in democracy, take a look at this. this is a group of students visiting from taylor high school in north bend, ohio, today right here in the iowa state capitol.